Dana Blichová is our skilled Expat & Immigration Consultant in Prague. She is the right person to call or email if you need help in the Czech Republic. You may know Dana from her previous position at Foreigners so we would like to present you what her professional specialty is now.
It doesn’t depend whether you are planning on living in a dormitory or in a flat: when you arrive in the Czech Republic you are obliged to provide a document affirming your accommodation within 3 working days. You also need this very document, when you apply for a visa at the embassy. Shortly said, proof of accommodation is a document which solves many issues concerning your visa in the Czech Republic.
If you are still hesitating whether to use the services we provide or handle it on your own, we would like to give you some motivation. Here are a few real cases of people that ran into troubles due to the language barrier and the misunderstanding of Czech laws, and later came to us asking for our help.
Travel in Prague’s city center will become more complicated, as a key stretch of tram track will be closed temporarily. Due to tram track renovations at the intersection of Lazarská and Spálená streets, tram service will be suspended in both directions in the Lazarská – Jindřišská track section from Thursday, Oct. 18, at 4:30 am to Monday, Oct. 29, at 4:30 am.
Being a central station a lot of lines will be affected mainly the night time ones that go across the center of Wenceslas Square.